Issue 46 – The U.S. Midterms – What it means for Investors

On November 8th Americans went to the polls as the U.S. midterm elections were held. Midterms are general elections held at the midpoint of a presidential term for the purpose of electing all 435 representatives in the House of Representatives and 34 or 35 of the 100 seats in the Senate. The midterms include state-level elections to determine State Governors and other offices of state legislatures. The midterm elections are widely viewed as a referendum on the sitting president and his party. Historically, the party in power tends to lose seats to the opposition during midterms.


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By Charles Marleau CIM® and William Mitchell CIM®

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By Charles Marleau CIM® and William Mitchell CIM®

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